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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Anseriformes Family: Anatidae Genus: Anas Species: Anas platyrhynchos
One of the most familiar of ducks, the Mallard is found throughout North America and all across Eurasia. Where it does not occur naturally, it often has been introduced... More »

Mallard - Wikipedia


The mallard or wild duck (Anas platyrhynchos) is a dabbling duck which breeds throughout the temperate and subtropical Americas, Eurasia, and North Africa, ...

Mallard Ducks, Mallard Duck Pictures, Mallard Duck Facts - National ...


Learn all you wanted to know about mallard ducks with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Mallard, Life History, All About Birds - Cornell Lab of Ornithology


Learn how to identify Mallard, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and watch videos. If someone at a park is feeding bread to ducks, chances are there ...

21 Facts about Mallards - All creatures.... - Wildlife - The RSPB ...


Source: http://www.jacobijayne.co.uk/21-facts/ 1. The expression “water ... The Victorians knew the mallard simply as the wild duck. 15. Only the ...



A list of facts about the Mallard Duck; the most common duck in North America. Information on were they live, how they have adapted for survival, and much ...

Mallard Duck Facts & Information - American Expedition


Mallard duck facts, photos, habitat information, and tips for hunting mallards from American Expedition.

Mallard duck Facts - SoftSchools


Mallard duck (also known as wild duck) is the largest and the most abundant duck in the world. Mallard duck inhabits mainly northern hemisphere and it can be ...

Mallard Ducks for Kids: Learn about this popular fowl. - Ducksters


When most people think of ducks, they think of the Mallard Duck. The Mallard is a common duck ... Fun Facts About Mallard Ducks. The male Mallard is called a ...

15 Unflappable Facts About Mallards | Mental Floss


Jul 15, 2016 ... Mallard ducks: It seems like they're everywhere (spoiler alert: they pretty much are), and they're familiar to most of us. But what do you know ...